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... of interest etc.
Anyway, at Sirola we descended a really precipitous, tight, steep, narrow, little road to a camp set on the headland above a gorgeous beach (albeit dusty limestone pebbles) and a protected little bay.
The camp was excellent and via a series of guys with walkie-talkies, and golf-carts ...
... we had to wait another 50 minutes for a 7 minute trip. Fortunately the directions to our B & B were easy (but all up hill). Then to add insult to injury, we had to haul the luggage up to the 3rd floor! At last we met Maria, our hostess, who was very kind and understanding and a font of information. She made us a dinner reservation and we ended the day with a delicious meal of local fish watching the sun set over the ...
... Most have baskets and/or saddlebags. I wish we could have gotten a picture of the chef, in his uniform, riding back from the market with his basket full of beautiful produce. The cherries and tomatoes are in season and have been very tasty. Grandmas, mothers, business people, kids, all ages and stages ride bikes. It helps that the traffic is mostly slow, the streets wide and most have bike lanes. This is our last day in Parma. Given ...
... I could eat 6 times a day! As lunch finished, I realized that this was the restaurant we have reservations for this evening. What a lucky coincidence. We are looking forward to what I am sure will be a delicious dinner. But we did more than just eat today. We visited the Cathedral with its gorgeous frescoes covering practically 100% of the walls and ceilings, the Baptistry which is reminiscent of the ones in Pisa ...
... but was fall apart tender and delicious. I had tuna rolled in crisp filo with just s touch of wasabi and candied tomatoes. Heaven! Then a sampling of 3ages of Parmesan cheese. A basil sorbet to cleanse the palate. Finally, I had a glass of Muscat and Brian had a pear in custard dessert. And of course, a bottle of wine. The pace was wonderfully slow...we were there for 3 hours but it seemed to be just about right. It is 10:30 the next morning and I am still full and ...